If you or your child is facing any of the following concerns, your child may have a sleep disorder: 

  1. You are spending "too much" time helping your child fall asleep at night.
  2. Your child is waking up frequently throughout the night.
  3. You are losing sleep (and patience) because of your child's sleep problems.
  4. Your relationship with your child is starting to suffer because of lack of sleep.

It is important to better understand your child's sleep difficulties and take steps to improve their sleep. The most common childhood sleep disorders can be effectively treated using behavioral strategies.  In most cases, sleep problems will improve within days to weeks.  It is important to properly identify your child’s sleep problem so that the most appropriate treatment recommendations can be used to help you and your child get a good night’s sleep.